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    10-15 seconds off per mile?

    Yes off each mile. You're a very good club runner if you can run a 10k at 5k season best time multiplied by 2 plus one minute. That equates to 10 seconds a mile.

    For example Mo Farah ran a 10k about 50 seconds faster than double his 5k time. So 10-15 seconds is probably pushing it for you and definitely the likes of me.

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      Yes off each mile. You're a very good club runner if you can run a 10k at 5k season best time multiplied by 2 plus one minute. That equates to 10 seconds a mile.

      For example Mo Farah ran a 10k about 50 seconds faster than double his 5k time. So 10-15 seconds is probably pushing it for you and definitely the likes of me.
      Spot on. 15s/m minimum I reckon
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      News on the Rogue Runners. A friend, Johnjoe, saw one of their shirts in a charity shop with Simon across the back. Shirley, if that belongs to our @Simgull, it must be worth a fair bit of dosh. Any purchaser could then get it signed before framing and hanging above the telly. $$€€££
      Hmm - strange - not mine, that’s in my drawer. I can only think of one other Simon in RRs - I’ll ask him. Can I ask where the shop is?
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      Hmm - strange - not mine, that’s in my drawer. I can only think of one other Simon in RRs - I’ll ask him. Can I ask where the shop is?
      The mystery deepens. I'll look into it, when his exams finish. It's obviously worth nothing now that you've exposed it as a non NSC runners shirt.
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      10k? I just run 'em as fast as I can, then give it the beans when I see the finish!

      Junior Orange is moving up the rankings in my house, a new pb at junior parkrun today with sub-6 minute kilometers means he is now officially faster than the lovely Mrs Orange!
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      Busy weekend, by the looks of it so, to summarise:

      Welcome @sjamesb3466 – as Dazzer says, best thread on the board
      Well done to the runners and triathletes – super effort all round
      I HATE 10ks too – I think most people know that by now!
      All the best to those on the injury bench, whether just arrived or getting ready to depart.

      I missed parkrun due to a day out with Mrs B, otherwise I would almost certainly have been at HP. Only running I did over the weekend was 1.2 miles straight after 55 miles on the bike. Legs feeling it this morning so off for a swim later, equipped with my 735xt. I fear I'll become one of those annoying people who starts pacing around the house because they need to do 10,000 steps a day, thanks to the bloody step counter on it. At least I turned off the function that tells you to move ever hour, or whatever. Most disconcerting as you're sat in the boozer trying to enjoy a few pints of Guinness!
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      Busy weekend, by the looks of it so, to summarise:

      Welcome @sjamesb3466 – as Dazzer says, best thread on the board
      Well done to the runners and triathletes – super effort all round
      I HATE 10ks too – I think most people know that by now!
      All the best to those on the injury bench, whether just arrived or getting ready to depart.

      I missed parkrun due to a day out with Mrs B, otherwise I would almost certainly have been at HP. Only running I did over the weekend was 1.2 miles straight after 55 miles on the bike. Legs feeling it this morning so off for a swim later, equipped with my 735xt. I fear I'll become one of those annoying people who starts pacing around the house because they need to do 10,000 steps a day, thanks to the bloody step counter on it. At least I turned off the function that tells you to move ever hour, or whatever. Most disconcerting as you're sat in the boozer trying to enjoy a few pints of Guinness!
      Are you doing the full or half Ironman? Either is too much for me. Sounds like your training is going well.

      I've decided to have 6 weeks off the booze and take the Bewl Sprint Tri very seriously. No Guinness for me. @penny's harmonica has upped the stakes.
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      Are you doing the full or half Ironman? Either is too much for me. Sounds like your training is going well.

      I've decided to have 6 weeks off the booze and take the Bewl Sprint Tri very seriously. No Guinness for me. @penny's harmonica has upped the stakes.
      Full thing, Gaffer – no half measures in Tenby. Plus, if i'm going to do this thing, I've got to go all in. Although I can see myself doing more – bit like marathons, I think. Training is going ok – yesterday was a mental milestone for me getting near to halfway. The distances just build from here on in, so I just hope I can cope with the gradual increases. Just come back from the pool and 2,400m, with plenty in the tank, which was a relief. Longest swim ever and more than I thought I would've done a couple of years ago.

      I saw your stats on Strava from the weekend – very RAPID. It's almost as if you recorded the bike leg in the 'run' profile.

      Oh...
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      Full thing, Gaffer – no half measures in Tenby. Plus, if i'm going to do this thing, I've got to go all in. Although I can see myself doing more – bit like marathons, I think. Training is going ok – yesterday was a mental milestone for me getting near to halfway. The distances just build from here on in, so I just hope I can cope with the gradual increases. Just come back from the pool and 2,400m, with plenty in the tank, which was a relief. Longest swim ever and more than I thought I would've done a couple of years ago.

      I saw your stats on Strava from the weekend – very RAPID. It's almost as if you recorded the bike leg in the 'run' profile.

      Oh...
      I remember you telling me now. Hilly, hilly Tenby.

      How do you seperate the three disciplines and transitions on a Garmin? @penny's harmonica managed to do it.
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      I remember you telling me now. Hilly, hilly Tenby.

      How do you seperate the three disciplines and transitions on a Garmin? @penny's harmonica managed to do it.
      You just choose the activity profile. Each one is different and - until today - I've only used one model.

      I don't think you can do it retrospectively though...

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